"Still Isn't Over" is the first true love song on the EP, and is a somewhat traditional acoustic breakup track. There are many cliche lyrics thrown in throughout the song, but Conn sings this song beautifully, and it is a classic teenage track that deserves to be on every teenage musician's EP.
"Won't be long till the engine's shot
Just like love, left me cold and stuck
Needed a jump start for my broke down heart,"
The mandolins clucking along and the upbeat drums create a joyful, but realistic love track, and one of the best on the EP.
"Memory For Two" is another highlight. It is a country-pop song dedicated to Conn's Grandfather, who was affected by Alzheimer's. In the vein of "Hero's Song" (Lily Nelsen) or "3000 Words" (Adrienne Taylor), this track goes into depth about how a disease that a person has can really affect everyone that person loves. The chorus emphasizes this, and how Conn's Grandmother has to be strong and work through this for him. Although not the best vocal performance by Conn, this song is truly beautiful, and details a part of human life that is not often discussed in popular music.
Conn has showed off her lyrics and vocals on this EP, and demonstrates that she has talent, and she's in it for the long haul. However, this EP is her debut EP, and Conn still has a little bit farther to go before she finds her unique musical style and establishes her sound. Despite that, this EP is a strong leap in the right direction.
Best tracks: Jump Start, Memory For Two
Throwaway tracks: none
Overall rating: 3 and 3/4 crowns